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Kionix’s Sensor Fusion Solution Earns Windows 8 Certification

Kionix, a provider of MEMS inertial sensors and software solutions, has recently declared that its innovative 9-axis sensor fusion solution has been awarded Windows 8 Certification.

According to Kionix VP of engineering, Scott Miller, the company is honored to receive Windows 8 Certification for its sensor fusion software, promoting its motion sensing flexibility to a new level that supports software developers and device manufacturers and in the Windows 8 environment. This versatile sensor fusion software has been optimized for high power and performance, through which customers can utilize the power of motion sensing to achieve better applications.

Kionix Sensor Fusion provides advanced power management techniques that allow designers to control sensor interaction and data processing with least overhead; exceptional support for a wide range of sensors from various manufacturers; and versatility to work on either embedded “hub” microcontrollers or application processors.

Furthermore, Kionix will offer documented source code like use rights with Kionix sensors to eligible customers.

As ROHM’s wholly owned subsidiary, Kionix is a well-established supplier of MEMS inertial sensors located in Ithaca, NY, USA. Kionix sensors and total system solutions are being adopted by major companies in automotive, consumer, health and fitness and industrial markets for achieving motion-based functionality in their products.


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